Wallsé Unveils Its Holiday Pairing Dinner

The dinner includes a beet terrine, venison, and wiener schnitzel
Staff Writer


Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner wiener schnitzel is a flawless representation of the classic dish.

Just in time for the cold weather and upcoming holidays, chef Kurt Gutenbrunner has introduced an exceptional six-course tasting menu at his famed restaurant Wallsé, located in New York’s West Village. Sommelier Leo Schneemann worked tirelessly to find the perfect Austrian wines to pair with each dish on the menu and even acquired wines that will be available exclusively at Wallsé. The tasting menu, priced at $150 per person, will be available at the restaurant through Jan. 3, 2014.

Gutenbrunner and Schneemann worked alongside one another to create unique and flavorful dishes that encompass the tastes of Vienna for the holiday season. Guests will begin with a beet terrine with horseradish mousse, paired with Sylvaner GG, Iphoefer Julius - Echter - Berg - Wirsching, 2011, a solid white blend with floral tones and subtle quince notes. Dishes later in the meal include venison with red cabbage and brioche dumplings, Gutenbrunner’s trademark Weiner schnitzel with potato-cucumber salad and lingonberries, and more. Each dish is perfectly paired with its wine counterpart, culminating in a world class dining experience.

Fine dining, rare wines, and a classy atmosphere. What could bring you more holiday cheer? 

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